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With this week's snow, summer may seem a long way off, but many families already are making vacation plans.
As a child, Mike Estep saw his uncle wearing the uniform of a Columbus police officer and thought it might be a good fit for him someday.
Seniors who wish they could go back in time and attend their prom again will have that chance, courtesy of the Tri-Village Lions.
They call it a "reveal."
If the pen is indeed mightier than the sword, four Larson Middle School students are ready for battle.
Grandview Heights police charged a Columbus man with a felony count of vandalism Feb. 6 after he allegedly kicked the rear passenger door out of the door frame of a police cruiser.
Eyes on the sky
For all the sophisticated technology brought to bear on warnings of possible severe weather, a set of startled eyes spying a funnel cloud remains vital.
The city of Grandview Heights administration, service and parks and recreation departments will be closed Monday, Feb. 15, in observance of Presidents' Day.
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* Grandview Heights students named to Miami University's president's list for the first semester of the 2015-16 academic year include Callie Zimmerman and Zhilin Yang.
The following programs are offered by the Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave. For more information, call 614-486-2951.
Nationwide Realty Investors
Nationwide Realty Investors announced Thursday, Feb. 4, that eight new office tenants would move to Grandview Yard.
As EMIS coordinator for the Grandview Heights City School District, Teresa Rill is the person families first connect with when registering their children for school.
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Two area churches will continue their tasty traditions for the Lenten season.